I do not like moral dilemma’s. I don’t want to have to argue with myself whether telling or not telling is a good thing. Or alternatively, whether telling or not telling is a bad thing. I am sitting here knowing a friend of mine is hurting herself with her choices. She is making them from an adult, grown up perspective and so I should sit back and allow her to do so. But her choices are hurting her. They are hurting her physiologically and psychologically and it breaks my heart to see her hurting so. But, if I tell her that I know she is doing this she may just pull out of our friendship. That would mean not being there when she really needs someone. I also don’t want her to hide the issues surrounding her, as in the end that would be worse. So, I feel I am left with no choice but to let her carry on making decisions which are harming her. I will have to hope someone else will confront her and tell her. Maybe that is being a bit cowardly, but I really don’t know what other choice to make right now! At least for dinner, this choice was easy. I looked in my fridge, found some coppa, courgettes and mushrooms and made a simple pasta.
- 15mls olive oil
- 5 slices of coppa, sliced
- 150g exotic mushrooms, sliced
- 1 clove garlic, chopped
- 5 courgettes, thinly sliced
- 20g Parmesan grated
- while your pasta is cooking heat the olive oil in a large frying pan
- add the coppa and the mushrooms
- when they mushrooms start to soften add the garlic and the courgettes
- thin the sauce out with a tablespoon of the pasta water
- add the parmesan with the pasta and toss all together
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